San Francisco voters were asked to consider six propositions Tuesday. How ballots were cast have a direct impact on The City’s affordable housing, ...
Four people were displaced following a two-alarm fire in the Central Richmond District early Monday morning, according to fire officials. The fire at the ...
The ground broke Thursday on what will be the largest housing development in District 11, city officials said. Developers will turn 915 Cayuga Avenue ...
San Francisco transit officials will once again meet with Outer Sunset residents and merchants Friday to discuss construction plans for a major sewer ...
San Francisco neighbors and merchants in the Outer Sunset asked the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency to present a better option or provide ...
The City joined the “Open to All” campaign to encourage businesses to say their business is open to everybody.
For one moment, the City sprang to colorful life.
State regulators fined two construction companies for the death of a crew member who died last year.
Gate F, located just south of the Ferry Building, opened for business serving passengers on the new Richmond ferry.
A Tesla Model S vehicle that caught fire at an auto shop in Los Gatos on Tuesday afternoon reignited after the original fire ...
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera sued a Menlo Park investment advisor and her husband Thursday, alleging that she fraudulently bought an affordable ...
University of California at Berkeley students cramming for finals next week will have an opportunity to de-stress with some llamas on campus Monday.
Some Bay Area colleges and universities say they will open for classes and other business on Monday.
A business license tax on the ballot in Mountain View is headed to a victory with more than 65 percent of voters approving ...
Another long-time San Francisco bar appears to have bowed out of business.
A new automotive program will be offered at Evergreen Valley College in San Jose starting in January to train Bay Area students in ...
Service animals needing to relieve themselves at Oakland International Airport now have a new area to do their business.
With Gov. Jerry Brown signing Assembly Bill 2923 into law Sunday, Bay Area Rapid Transit officials say they want to build 20,000 new ...
San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon announced Thursday that his office has settled a lawsuit against three Bay Area concrete supply companies accused ...
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera is suing a construction company and several of its contractors and clients.
San Francisco has helped a Mission district nonprofit acquire a four-story mixed-use building in the Excelsior in order to keep rents stable.